This year we will embark on highlighting and telling the stories of inspirational individuals, teams and communities who through sharing their journeys connect us, and collectively give us so much more to #BelieveIn as South Africans.
Ultimately we are showcasing your brilliance and “being the change” we wish to see in South Africa around us!
#BelieveIn yourself and those around you.
Because when you believe, you exceed even that which you thought you could greatly achieve.
In 2020, Good Things Guy will turn five years old, and to celebrate becoming South Africa’s top Good News site, they’ve decided to partner with us, Profmed, on a campaign that is celebrating the things that we #BelieveIn. When sitting down to discuss the #BelieveIn concept, we realised it was almost perfect, as we both believed in the same thing.
How 13-year-old Mignon Smith is learning to walk again
“Profmed’s intensive case worker, Hannelie Weyers is the most incredible person. She has been with us every step of the way, from the moment Mignon was admitted to Eugene Marais. But even she asked me how I was coping with the fact that my daughter would be in a wheelchair”
“My answer was simple. I’m not, I told her, because I don’t accept that she will be. We will do everything in our power to make sure she walks again, and you’re going to help us.”
– Colette Smith
Profmed Provides Peace Of Mind To One Family– For 50 Years
“Now that we’re in our 70s, we’re not interested in free smoothies and flight discounts. We want to know that, when we run into trouble, our medical insurance will come to the party. Profmed has proved, on multiple occasions, that it will come to the party. Without Profmed, I would have had to settle my medical debt out of my income, pension, or capital account.”
Advice from a doctor and mom, who had two preemies of her own
“Both my pregnancies were normal. There were no complications and I felt glamorous. Like all excited expectant mothers, I took baby bump photos every week, I had my ideal labour planned out, and I looked forward to seeing my babies on the sonar. I wanted to have a natural birth and reserve C-sections for emergencies. But life had other plans for me.”
– Jana Groenewald
We #BelieveIn Growth – so get ready for the in’s and out’s of personal wealth management in this interview with Wealth Coach Samke Mhlongo. Samke will talk through the risks of COVID-19 using her seven pillars of financial planning, and the available solutions for shielding yourself against it’s negative impact. Here’s to growth in the face of change.
We #BelieveIn the future of South Africa because of the role that our professionals are playing in creating and driving solutions that will uplift our country and communities.
And for this, we thank you.